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    • France: Retirement Age Lowered for Some Workers
      The government of President Francois Hollande will lower the retirement age under Social Security for some workers as promised during his campaign.
    • Europe: Retirement Ages to Be Increased in France, Italy and the U.K.
      Most European countries are trying to control their deficits, while at the same time, their populations are aging, and life expectancy is increasing. In the face of these trends, it is not surprising that many of them are increasing the retirement ages under mandated retirement programs.
    • France: Finance Law for 2011 Introduces a New Tax on Defined Benefit Pensions
      Retirees will be subject to a new tax on pensions, according to France’s Finance Law for 2011, adopted at the end of 2010. The so-called “Article 39 tax” is part of continuing reform of retirement policies in France.
    • France: Retirement Reform Adopted
      Retirement reform in France was promulgated on November 9, in the face of widespread protests. While compromises were made on some points, the core of the text is largely unchanged from the proposal issued by the French government in June.
    • France: Retirement Reform Project Unveiled
      On June 16, 2010, the French government issued a press release detailing its plan for reforming the retirement system, aimed at achieving financial equilibrium by 2018.
    • France: New Law Increases Employer Tax on Defined Benefit Pensions
      The 2010 Social Security Funding law published on December 28, 2009, effectively doubles the taxes employers pay on defined benefit (DB) pension plans. The new law also creates a 30% contribution payment that is applicable to all pensions that exceed eight times the Social Security Ceiling (SSC).

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